Mornings of tranquillity, afternoons of charm and nights of glamour.
The Pershing Hall hotel is centred in the golden triangle between the Champs-Elysées and the Montaigne and George V Avenues, a financial district of the city, close to the best boutiques and fashionable clubs that gave it the reputation of one of the most beautiful avenues in Paris.
The building was built by the Count of Paris at the end of the 18th century and is a very beautiful example of Imperial architecture. In 1917 it served as headquarters for General John Pershing and a year later became the American Legion officer club.
Later on it was converted into a hotel and over the years it was renewed by talented contemporary architects. In 2001, Andrée Putman redesigned the spaces with his known elegance, in 2005, Imaad Rahmouni added the Mediterranean spirit combining light, colour and materials to create vibrant, delicate and welcoming environments. The rooms are full of charm and luxurious details.
In the restaurant, the Chef presents a creative seasonal menu of French cuisine balanced with flavours of around the world and accompanied with a superb selection of the best wines. You may appreciate these surprises in an open patio that has a vertical garden created by the famous botanist Patrick Blanc, with over 300 species of plants from the Philippines, Himalayas and Amazon.
To relax, at the end of the day recover your energies in the tranquil SPA, before a lively night beginning in the chic Bar & Lounge of the hotel, with original cocktails and the sound of the best DJ's, one of the trendiest spots in Paris.